Question about 1998 Ford Windstar
while it is possible to perform that swap, the newer 2000+ transmissions will have updated internals and such.
so will it work............. yes.
is it optimal.................no.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
SOURCE: Heat and AC vent problem.
most likley you have a vaccume leak somewhere but also the linkage to the door that that directs the air flow may be in a bind. another possability is the hvac controlls. hope this helps
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
it a sealed system that take gas fumes and bruns them threw the engine to lower emmision into the air.there a valve in the system as like the canister is anonther part that filters,but anyway the vent valve vents preasure or vapors if its no working system cant seal or vent when it needs to,hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
replacing the the F75Z-9F945-CA solenoid is not that difficult, granted the space is tight. First, disconnect the electrical connection. Second, remove the solenoid from the canister by pulling the solenoid toward the driver's side of the vehicle ( the solenoid is attached to the canister with an O ring connection). Once the solenoid is disconnected from the canister you should be able to pull it down from the crossmember to gain access to the vacuum line on the solenoid. Once the vacuum line has been disconnected, the solenoid should be free. Reverse the steps to install the new solenoid. I did this today and the procedure took about 20 minutes from start to finish.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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